Robin Tutenges

Robin Tutenges was selected for the 2024 Shortlist with Kazakhstan-Xinjiang, the Border of Tears

Born in 1995, Robin Tutenges is a French journalist and photojournalist working mainly on crisis and their aftermath, with a focus on telling the big story through individual’s ones. He has notably worked with the anti-junta resistance in Myanmar (Finalist for RSF’s Lucas Dolega-SAIF Prize 2023, Victor Hugo Prize 2023), survivors of the Chinese camps in Xinjiang who have taken refuge in Kazakhstan (Selected for the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award for War Correspondents 2023) and on the farmers’ revolt in India (Diplomatic Press Prize 2021). Since 2023, he focused his work on girls’ early marriage around the world (grant from the European Journalism Center) and on the skateboarding community in Ukraine during the war (grant from the National Center of Plastic Art in France). His reports have been published in French and international press.